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How To Prepare For The End Of Roe v. Wade
It's time to face the very real possibility that the Supreme Court could make it nearly impossible to get an abortion.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Adding Citizenship Question To The Census
States and activists said adding the question would cause fewer immigrants and minorities to respond.
Supreme Court Rules Against Mystery Company With Possible Ties To Mueller Probe
The court declined to block a grand jury subpoena against the foreign-owned firm, a reported target of the special counsel probe.
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Trump Declaring A National Emergency Would Be John Roberts' Next Big Test
There are growing signs that Chief Justice Roberts is looking to salvage the reputation of the court.
Supreme Court Agrees To Hear 2 Partisan Gerrymandering Cases
The court said it will hear two cases involving challenges to congressional districts in North Carolina and Maryland.
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Justice Kennedy Delivered 2018's Most Preventable Disaster
If America's fate rests with the Supreme Court, the future looks bleak.
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4 Devious Ways States Chipped Away At Abortion Rights In 2018
The past year's restrictions were particularly extreme.
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Hospital After Cancer Surgery
The 85-year-old underwent surgery on Friday to remove two cancer growths from her lung.
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Susan Collins Delivered 2018's Most Shameful Hijacking Of Feminism
Collins could have quietly, disappointingly voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh. Instead, she wrapped her decision in a cynical faux-feminist bow.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Voted From Hospital To Block Trump Asylum Restrictions
85-year-old justice lives up to Notorious RBG nickname even after cancer surgery.
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Judges Dismiss All Ethics Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh
The federal court panel said it lacked the jurisdiction to weigh in on the 83 complaints against the new Supreme Court justice.
Democrats Plan Separate Fix For Voting Rights Act To Make Chief Justice Roberts Happy
The move is a recognition of the need to show the Supreme Court evidence of present-day discrimination.
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Despite Court Ruling To Eliminate Obamacare, States Plan To Expand Healthcare For The Poor
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Voters in Idaho, Nebraska and Utah recently approved plans to extend health insurance to 331,000.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Draws Sold-Out Audience In New York
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The Supreme Court justice says she misses the "tremendous variety" of New York.
Supreme Court Justices Won't Hear States' Appeal Over Planned Parenthood
New Justice Brett Kavanaugh was among the justices who opted not to hear the case.
Cyntoia Brown, Sex-Trafficking Victim, Must Serve 51 Years Before Release, Court Says
Brown, who was allegedly forced into prostitution, is serving a life prison sentence for killing a man she allegedly thought was going to shoot her.
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Butterfly Sanctuary Says Trump's Border Wall Will Plow Through Crucial Habitat
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case this week that challenged the wall on environmental grounds.
Republicans Around The Country Are Working To Declare Democrats Unconstitutional
The lame-duck power grabs in Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina are part of a larger effort by Republicans to delegitimize any opponent.
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'Vampire Cult' Killer Faces Hope Of Freedom Again After Resentencing Ends Life Term
Howard Scott Anderson was 17 when he took part in a double-homicide in Florida. A Supreme Court ruling on juvenile sentences led to a new term of 40 years.
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Big States Missing Out On Online Sales Taxes For The Holidays
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Online sales tax collection windfall? Not for Johnny-come-lately states.
America Is In The Middle Of A Death Penalty Crisis
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Our capital punishment practices are unconstitutional. Period.
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U.S. Supreme Court Justices Pose For 2018 Class Photo, Twitter Users Chime In
The photos are the first official ones to feature Brett Kavanaugh.
America Has Survived Illegitimate Regimes Before. Can We Survive Trump's?
It's time for all Americans to stop wishing, waiting and willing this presidency into normalcy.
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Ford Is Still Receiving Death Threats, Kavanaugh Is Back To Coaching Basketball
The Supreme Court justice worried that Christine Blasey Ford's sexual assault accusation would bar him from coaching youth basketball.
John Paul Stevens, Retired Justice, Says He Left Supreme Court After Suffering Mini-Stroke
The 98-year-old opened up about his nearly 35-year tenure on the high court in a New York Times interview.
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Christine Blasey Ford: 'I Am Grateful To Have Had The Opportunity To Fulfill My Civic Duty'
The college professor who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault spoke out in a rare post.
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